Michelin star chef Tom Kerridge has added a number of special Christmas options to his menu at The Butcher's Tap and Grill in Marlow.

The counter-to-grill pub is the celebrity chef's pub that also acts as a butcher, where customers can also order pre-order their Christmas meat.

On walking inside you are faced with a butcher's counter from which you can choose whatever cut and size of meat and have it cooked for you whilst you sit and enjoy the pub atmosphere.

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Don't be put off the celebrity status as the pub is very informal with burgers wrapped in foil wrappers, steaks served on plastic trays and chips, onion rings and puddings served in paper tubs.

Football lovers will also be able to watch all the important games with beer including Rebellion Lager, Guinness and Estrella Damm on tap whilst a carefully chosen wine list of red, white and rosé is available too.

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The pub's head chef is Jamie May, who previously was the head chef of the Hand and Flowers, the two-Michelin starred pub.

Jamie has put together two special Christmas meals, one named the 'Crispy Turkey Burger' and the other a 'Jumbo Pig in Blanket'.

The Bucks Free Press were let inside to try the pub to try them with local customers were left visibly jealous as we got to pre-view the Christmas options before they launched.

The turkey burger came topped with smoked applewood cheese and cranberry compote.

Each bite tasted festively great and the turkey was prepared expertly with a crunchy breadcrumb covering.

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The sausage in the hot dog was wrapped in bacon and came with spiced brown sauce, caramelised onion, piccalilli topped with crispy fired onions.

The pigs in blanket twist certainly added the Christmas flare but this was a hot dog I could happily eat all year round. 

The bacon and sausage were cooked perfectly and together with the caramelised onions was a real treat to eat.

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It was hard to pick a favourite from the two as both tasted amazing.

The turkey burger was certainly a more festive choice with it containing the main components from a Christmas dinner.

However, the hot dog would still fulfill any festive food needs you had and is something I would happily try again.

Overall, both are great Christmas options and if you fancy a festive treat don't look much further The Butcher's Tap and Grill as both meals are available to order now.